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  • Walsall,
  • WS5 3HF.
  • Telephone number: 01922 720761


Please do not begin this work until Thursday 11th June 2020


Remember, your first job every day is to send a 'Good Morning' message to your class teacher on I Am Learning by 10 am. Remember to include your scores from the end of lesson English quiz and end of lesson Maths quiz.


If you run out of space in any exercise books (orange Maths or yellow English book), please ask an adult to contact the office to arrange to pick up a new one.


PE with Joe Wicks (30 minutes)

Optional PE: complete a daily challenge

Spelling (20 minutes)

Follow the link below. Select year 5&6 then click on book number 8 to revise some of the spellings from our word list.


Arithmetic (20 minutes)

Mark your questions from yesterday. You will find the answers at the top of this page.  Then complete the task on I am Learning ‘Whole numbers (in words and figures)’.


RE (1 hour)


Look at the videos and pictures below to find features of a Christian Church, for example nave, lectern, altar, pew, candles, font and their use in worship. Modern and contemporary churches may use a band, screen, projector and light show for worship: be aware of the diversities. Can you write sentences comparing these two churches?


Task: List the features of a typical Christian Church, then record your thoughts about how the features and artefacts make a difference to worship. List any differences in the way they worship at the two churches from the videos.

Art (1 hour)

Salvador Dali (1909-1989) was a famous surrealist artist who was born in Catalonia, Spain.  He was best known for translating his dreams in to art work which was strange and unusual. "Ship with Butterfly Sails", was an oil painting by Salvador Dali in 1937. We have been looking at art work featuring bugs, insects and butterflies. We would like you to recreate the painting below in your own style. Draw a ship with butterflies as the sails but you can use whichever colours and patterns you wish. You may use pencil crayons or paint. It will be easier for you if you copy the ship from the same perspective/angle as it is shown below. Be creative and have fun! Remember there is no right or wrong answer here and practice makes perfect. We would love to see your artwork. If you would like to share you work with us, ask your parents to email it to the school office and include your class teacher's name.